Experience local music favorites, Houndog Harrison, when they play at the Southern Ohio Museum on April 27 at 7:30 p.m.
The performance is set to coincide with the “Outside in Ohio” exhibit which aims to celebrate Ohio artists in the outsider vein.
Houndog Harrison is known for their unique blend of music, which is described by band leader as, “American roots rock.” Most of the work is largely original, but often is blended with traditional Celtic tunes.
The group is comprised of Ronnie Richards, main vocals; Mike Barnhart, keyboards; Jodi Gray, percussion; Brad Gray, mandolin and guitar; Bob Manley, saxophone and Randy Ballinger, bass. Promising to be a very enjoyable evening; tickets are available at the Southern Ohio Museum desk during normal business hours or you may make a reservation by calling 740-354-5629. Tickets are reasonably priced at $8 per adult and $6 per member, senior or student.
Source: Southern Ohio Museum